Times Now decodes various styles of Ram Katha in Ayodhya's iconic museum | EXCLUSIVE

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Times Now reports from Ayodhya’s Ram Katha museum. Various styles of Ram Katha, from Indian to Thailand to Cambodian are depicted in this museum. Other styles including Kangra, Rajasthani, Madhubani, Bengali and more are also illustrated here. Various styles of Ram Katha are shown in a variety of styles in this museum, which tell us that Lord Ram is worshipped in Thailand and Cambodia as well.

A scene of Ram Katha from Thailand is the final fight between Ram and Ravana. While scenes from Cambodian style is when Ram comes back to Ayodhya after killing Ravana. This video shows how Ram and Ramayana is an integral part of the culture of not just India but other south Asian countries.

Watch as the in-charge of the art gallery explains us all the scenes depicted in various styles at the museum.

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